Ronnie Graham for Wannon
Ronnie grew up living the Australian way of life. His family raised stock and kept horses and were involved in agricultural shows around Victoria. Ronnie even rode the family donkey once at his local pony club.
Following an apprenticeship, Ronnie worked in the sheet metal trade before returning to farming.
Ronnie aligns with One Nation policies and he supports jobs for Australians first and foremost. In an effort to bolster homegrown tradesmen and women, One Nation will increase its national apprenticeship scheme whereby first-year apprentices receive a 75% wage subsidy, followed by 50% in the second year, and finally 25% in their third year. The release of this program in 2019 was taken up within three weeks by regional businesses. The second rollout of the program was again swiftly welcomed. The third installment of this strategy would be combined with nation-building infrastructure projects including water, rail, roads, and energy.
Offering a broad understanding of both metropolitan and rural issues as well as the difficulties facing an aging population in the current political climate, Ronnie is a strong advocate for those who are being disadvantaged by unfair rates and lack of services in rural areas.
With his common-sense approach and wealth of knowledge, Ronnie is a voice for the people. As he says, "We have it all in this country. Let’s not be afraid to use it".
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